Arthropod Parasite

Small coelomate creatures with "jointed limbs" make up the large group of arthropods (hence the name arthro-pods). They display the body segmentation (metamerism) that adults often conceal since their 10–25 body segments are united into one or two specific enterprises (called tagmata). They demonstrate different levels of cephalization, where the head is the primary location for brain components, sensory receptors, and feeding structures. Arthropods have a stiff cuticular exoskeleton made primarily of chitin and tanned proteins. The exoskeleton is often wax- or calcium-impregnated, rigid, insoluble, and most definitely indigestible.



 


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